Tour this 1906 Craftsman Bungalow where Lela Owens- Rogers lived and where Ginger Rogers was Born
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This Working-Class Craftsman Bungalow was built in 1906-1910 by Oscar Mindrup. It was rented by Lela Owens, who worked nearby, and is the birthplace of famed actress and dancer Ginger Rogers. It is now a museum dedicated to both amazing women.
100 W Moore Street, Independence, MO 64050
Open for group tours by appointment